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Chuck Brumley

Too Much Ink?

Could there possibly be too many books? Commentator Chuck Brumley is finding ways to keep afloat on the rising tide of print.  Go to full article

Commentary: The Adirondack Guide

The Adirondack guide has been elevated to folk hero status. Chuck Brumley was a guide for some time. He gives us some of his observations into the 200 year old trade.  Go to full article

Commentary: The Log Cabin

It's never too late for life's lessons, and as commentator Chuck Brumley can attest, the backyard can be a pretty good classroom.  Go to full article

Commentary: The Adirondacks

Commentator Chuck Brumley has written the book, a couple of them, on the people and places of the Adirondacks. But he got a good lesson in what the place is all about...  Go to full article

Commentary: The Tool Chest

There's lots of junk to be found in anyone's garage, some barely fit to be touched. Chuck Brumley, who lives in Saranac Lake, found something worth salvaging in his garage.  Go to full article

Commentary: Cross Country Bike Ride

Did you ever think about biting off an adventure that might be more than you can handle? Chuck Brumley did, and lived to tell about it.  Go to full article

Commentary: Orange Ball

Chuck Brumley, who lives in Saranac Lake, is always bragging about what a great place he lives in. He gives us some proof in this dog - sort of - story.  Go to full article
NCPR's Ellen Rocco at walkathon.

Commentary: The Paul Smith's VIC Walkathon

Chuck Brumley, of Saranac Lake, is an astute observer of people and creatures in his area. Sometimes he goes to them, sometimes they come to him, as in this account of an...  Go to full article

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